Forensic Working Group

Forensic Working Group

Below are the current FWG members

2018 Membership roster



Doug Carner is a certified Audio Video Forensic Analyst, Certified Computer Forensics Examiner, Certified Protection Professional, Certified Forensic HiTech Investigator, and president of Forensic Protection, Inc., an international forensic laboratory specializing in enhancement, authentication, measurement and analysis. Mr. Carner serves on the Los Angeles Superior Court Panel of Experts, chairs the Forensic Working Group, serves on the Digital and Multimedia Evidence subcommittee, and leads a forensic peer review forum with over six thousand members. He is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Forensic Expert Witness Association, International Association for Identification, International Association of Forensic & Security Metrology, Scientific Association of Forensic Examiners, American Society for Industrial Security, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, American Society for Testing and Materials, Audio Engineering Society, Electronics Technicians Association, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, International Public Safety Association, and The Society for Standards Professionals.

Doug Carner is the lead contributor to the world's most relied upon forensic video enhancement and authentication software (VideoCleaner), the industry's only recognized audio-video forensics certification (AVFA), and the industry's multimedia and authentication testing form (MAT). Mr. Carner invented peer reviewed forensic tools and methods relied upon throughout the forensic community, is widely praised by both defense and prosecution for aiding in quick settlements, and his expert opinions have helped to discredit junk science and challenge opposing experts. Mr. Carner has processed evidence in thousands of cases spanning nearly every jurisdiction and subject matter, and his writings are taught as industry best practices. In his spare time, he donates his capabilities to innocence projects, law enforcement, and the restoration of historical recordings. Full CV at


Christopher Curtis


Cliff Mugnier


Dr. Chuck Olson

Charles E. Olson, Jr. Captain, USNR (Retired). Senior Image Analyst, Michigan Tech Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI. Analysis of land cover/use from aerial photographs and satellite images, including measurements of distance, direction, area and height of area and objects shown in the images; project planning and collection of hyperspectral reflectance data from terrain surfaces and materials; and such other duties as may be assigned in support of other staff members.

Dr. Clive Fraser


David Stolarz

BBA in Marketing from Hofstra University. Masters degree in Geography from Hunter College. Fulfilled requirements of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate from CUNY Graduate Center, Ph.D. Dissertation: Protecting Public Value By Examining Rising Sea Level In A Coastal Suburb. Currently on hiatus. Started career as a County Surveyor. GIS professional and ASPRS member since 1990. Spent 22 years in county government, 10 years building Enterprise GIS. College Instructor, then NSF Fellowship bringing GIS into the high school classroom. Six years on National Board of Directors of ASPRS. Developed an ASPRS conference workshop on career development in the geosciences and participated in all of the committees. Currently semi-retired serving as Chair of the ASPRS Standards Committee since 2010 and on ISO TC 211 since 2012. Recent presentations on standards: {ASPRS - A History of Measurement (and Standards in Action)} at the ISO/TC 211 37th Plenary in Redlands, CA on November 13, 2014; and a presentation in a webinar entitled: {Developing Standards for Forensic Science}, for the National Institute of Science and Technology, Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science (NIST, OSAC) for Standards-developing Organizations (SDO) on Jan 12, 2016. Recently served on a federal jury, thereby obtaining a unique perspective of the need for mapping standards for an adequate pursuit of justice.

Ed Freeborn


Eugene Liscio

Eugene Liscio is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario, Canada and is the owner of ai2-3D, a consulting company that specializes in 3D forensic documentation, analysis and visualizations. Eugene has testified in court in both US and Canada utilizing 3D technologies such as photogrammetry and laser scanning and has also provided interactive 3D crime scene testimony at courts in Canada and the US. Eugene was called to assist the Ontario Provincial Police in the shooting at the Canadian House of Commons and has also worked with the RCMP, OPP, SIU and other police agencies to assist in officer involved shootings. He is the Past-President of the International Association of Forensic and Security Metrology (IAFSM) and is also a member of Professional Engineers Ontario, the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts, Canadian Identification Society and the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. Currently, Eugene is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto, where he teaches a 3D Forensic Reconstruction and Mapping course as part of the Forensic Sciences Program. Eugene is actively engaged in research and validation by mentoring students in areas such as Bullet Trajectory Analysis, Area of Origin Analysis of Bloodstain Impacts, Laser Scanner Accuracy, Clandestine Grave Documentation and 3D Scanning for Autopsies to name a few.

Grant Federicks


Dr. James Hipple


Jeff Glickman


Karen Schuckman

Ms. Karen Schuckman is a Senior Lecturer in Geography at The Pennsylvania State University, teaching remote sensing and geospatial technology in the online GIS programs offered by the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute. She also serves as a consultant to URS Corporation in Gaithersburg, Maryland, where she provides expert knowledge in remote sensing and photogrammetry to engineering practice groups, including floodplain mapping, disaster response and preparedness, critical infrastructure and transportation. As the Geospatial Technology Leader at URS from 2005-2006, Ms. Schuckman supported response, recovery and mitigation projects with FEMA following Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. From 1995 – 2005, she was with the EarthData group, where she held several positions including geospatial applications director for EarthData Solutions,; senior vice-president of EarthData Technologies, and president and general manager of EarthData International of North Carolina. Notable projects led by Ms. Schuckman for EarthData include lidar acquisition for the North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program, numerous transportation mapping projects for state DOT’s, and technology demonstration projects for NOAA, NASA and the US Department of Transportation. Prior to joining the private sector, Ms. Schuckman worked for the USGS National Mapping Division, in Menlo Park, California. She is a Past-President of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (APSRS), former vice-chair of the NOAA Advisory Committee on Commercial Remote Sensing (ACCRES) and a member of the National Research Council Committees on Floodplain Mapping Technologies and FEMA Flood Map Accuracy. She hold a MS in Geospatial Information Systems from Penn State University, is an ASPRS Certified Photogrammetrist, and Professional Land Surveyor.

Dr. Katie Corcoran

Katie Corcoran is a researcher within the Geographic Information Science and Technology Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She has experience combining passive and active sensing data for subtle object detection. Her forensic background includes the use of spectroscopy and LIDAR to detect human grave signatures. Currently, Katie leads UAS remote sensing activities in support of (non-forensic) research in image quality, object detection, and 3D reconstruction efforts. Her technical background includes field data collection, 3D point cloud management, image processing, and statistical analysis. Katie received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee.​

Dr. Michael Most


Dr. Riadh Munjy


Dr. Rick Crowsey

Dr. Crowsey is a forensic geographer at Crowsey Incorporated in Hattiesburg, Mississippi (rick AT His research interests include the intersection of geography and the law; spatial frequency-based assessment of disaster damage; emergency response, recovery and monitoring; and mass and toxic tort cases where location is a key issue. He was awarded patent no. US 9,159,132 B1 in 2013 covering his work on extracting information from the spatial frequency domain of overhead imagery. He has testified in federal and states courts as a qualified expert in the areas of forensic geography, geography, imagery, image interpretation, cartography, satellite imagery, weather, geographic analysis and remotely sensed imagery. Significant cases he has been retained on include the Gulf of Mexico BP oil spill, several refinery spills, several large chemical processing facility spills, releases and explosions and a wide array of cases where location is a key factor informing an understanding of risk, liability, consequences and responsibility (e.g., light pollution, agriculture smell torts, rail crossing accidents, maritime collisions, allisions and runaway vessels; flood, tornado & hurricane caused incidents; and international civil rights violations). Prior to Crowsey Incorporated he designed, built and fielded air and satellite based optical systems that detected and/or guided national defense systems and assets. Rick earned undergraduate degrees in imaging science from Rochester Institute of Technology, and graduate degrees in general systems theory from the University of Denver and geography from the University of Southern Mississippi. He is a U.S. citizen, a certified diver, and a general aviation pilot.

Robert Frost


Dr. Stewart Walker


Unigue Liskio


Jennifer E. Owen, BA, MA

A state of the art facility that provides digital audio enhancement, digital video enhancement, audio and video authenticity analysis, voice identification, forensic consulting, expert testimony and a combined 60 years of experience. 732-574-9672 Cases include: Trayvon Martin, Osama Bin laden, Mariah Carey, Bruce Springsteen and consultants to CSI franchise.

Marisa T. Déry

I am an audio/video forensic analyst in the Boston area that specialises in audio enhancement, audio authentication and voice identification. I am originally from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and have been in the audio industry for 33 years. I am a member of CERT in Massachusetts, as well as MRC where I assist law enforcement as a volunteer. I serve Public Defender's Offices, Prosecution, Law Enforcement, Legal firms and the General Public.I am a member of several organisations, including AES, IAI and IEEE.

Marc Robinson

Marc Robinson is a Certified Audio Video Forensic Analyst and President of Authentic Forensics LLC., a forensic laboratory which provides professional enhancement, authentication testing and analysis of digital audio and video media used in both civil and criminal litigation. Mr. Robinson began his career in 1987 having obtained a degree in Electronic Engineering Technologies. With over thirty years of experience working with digital electronics and media his fund of knowledge is expansive and runs broadly. Mr. Robinson is a member of numerous industry and forensic organizations including the International Association for Identification, the Electronics Technicians Association, the Audio Engineering Society, the International Association of Crime Analyst and the Scientific Association of Forensic Examiners where he serves on both the Digital Document Committee and the Education committee. Mr. Robinson is a Certified Expert of VideoCleaner, the worlds most relied upon image and video enhancement and authentication software. In his spare time he produces free educational videos on the proper use of this powerful forensic tool. Contact Info: Direct 800-484-0477 ext. 700,, Full CV available at


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